How to reach:
By Air: The only International airport near Reykjavik is Keflavik Airport in Keflavik, Iceland, just 40 km from Reykjavik. The airport is connected to almost all the major countries of the world.
From the airport, you can go to Reykjavik Northern Lights by taxis or buses.
By Road: The main highway of Iceland runs around it, along the coastline. There is an extensive network of coach services, which links Reyklavik with the rest of Iceland.
By Sea: There are many ferry services which connect Iceland to Denmark, Norway, Germany, Faroe Islands and Shetland Islands. But the ferry services are seasonal. There is much cargo traffic on the ports of Iceland. Although Reykjavik does not have regular passenger ferries, you can get a ride on a cargo ship to Reykjavik from Hamburg, Copenhagen, Faroe Islands and Aarhus.
After reaching Reykjavik, you can go from the port to the Northern Lights by hiring a car or a taxi or a bus.
Best time to visit: October to March.
Professional Service: Professional photographers are available who can help you to set your cameras and capture the most exclusive photos of the Northern Lights.